vitamin E intoxication

vitamin E intoxication

A condition caused by chronic excess—typically self-prescribed—of vitamin E.
 
Clinical findings
Gastrointestinal complaints (nausea); vertigo; blurred vision; fatigue; oral inflammation; decreased glucose, thyroxine and wound healing; muscle weakness; increased lipids, cholesterol and bleeding.
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vitamin E intoxication

A condition that may result from chronic excess–often self-prescribed of vitamin E Clinical GI complaints–eg, nausea, vertigo, blurred vision, fatigue, oral inflammation, ↓ glucose, thyroxine, wound healing, muscle weakness, increased lipids, cholesterol, bleeding. See Vitamin E.
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